A solid snack can be the perfect pick-me-up between meals.
In Peru, a snack means raw fish cured in citrus juice, while Argentinians enjoy alfajores, two buttery cookies filled with dulce de leche.
Keep scrolling to see what snack foods look like around the world.
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Especially popular in the south of Germany, Leberkäse is a type of meat consisting of corned beef, pork, and bacon baked into a loaf. Locals like to turn it into a Leberkässemmel, a sandwich, by putting a slice of it between a white roll and adding sweet mustard.
Australia: Savory Pie
Otherwise known as a meat pie, savory pies are an iconic dish in Australia and New Zealand. As the name suggests, they’re hand-sized meat pies containing diced or minced meat and gravy. Variations include mushrooms, onion, or cheese.
This Danish favorite includes a piece of buttered rye bread (aka rugbrød) topped with cold cuts, fish, cheese, spreads, and/or garnishes.